Home Free’s chart topping hit, a brilliant a Capella song

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When John Myer write his “In The Blood” lyrics he would have never thought that they could be delivered I such a beautiful way that Home Free have achieved in their version of this wonderful song. John lyrics about a man’s questions in life are haunting as the quintet put all their heart and soul into this amazing rendition.

This American A Cappella group consisting of vocalists Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp (Founder along with his brother Chris), Tim Foust and Adan Chance first came to prominence when they won the 4th season of “The Sing-Off” on NBC in 2013. With a recording contract and a $100,000 dollars under their belt they were on their way to fame and success.

Over the past few years Home Free have released 9 studio albums and 1 live album showcasing their amazing talent. A Cappella seems to be making a comeback all over the world at the moment, and Home Free are one of the finest exponents of this classic musical style.

The band prefers to interact with their audience through music videos rather than conventional radio air-play. Tim Foust, the bands front man explained that this direct line to their loyal fans means that they get the most authentic and unaltered work. This medium shows their soul and personality as watch them performance is almost as moving as hearing their amazing harmonies.

When you listen to their inspiring version of this John Meyer classic and watch the basic country setting of the video you can’t help but feel that they have truly made the song their own, a powerful example of five very talented men taking ownership of their combined love of this track.

Home Free recently embarked on their first international tour visiting the UK and Central Europe, I can’t wait to see what the future holds for this incredible band. If “In The Blood” is anything to go by, the sky is the limit for these five brilliant musicians.

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